SAP Business One Global Support Center SDK Blogs
In the Global Support Center (GSC) we tend to get a lot of similar queries/how to questions. In these support blogs we will highlight some of these commonly asked questions and hopefully help you understand each topic a little better.
This page lists all the blogs, From the GSC column.
- May 2010
- April 2010
- February 2010
- January 2010
- December 2009
- November 2009
- October 2009
- August 2009
- July 2009
- June 2009
- May 2009
Abstract: In this blog we will describe how you can track who the current user logged into SAP Business One is. We will highlight a few different ways to do this including catching UI events to track login/logoffs and another one that uses the SP_TransactionNotifcation stored procedure. May 13 2010.
The DTW's Conversion Rules allows you to do some value mapping to allow you to import data into SAP Business One. In this blog we will demonstrate how to use this DTW feature. 13 Apr 2010.
The Data Transfer Workbench (DTW) is our tool to allow users to transfer data into SAP Business One. We do understand that its not yet the perfect tool but we would like to highlight in this blog the new features implemented to help improve useability and supportability. 02 Feb 2010.
In the third blog in this blog series Lisa Mulchinock will show how to use some of the UI Functionality. In this blog she will focus on DataSources and how to use them in your AddOn. 18 Jan 2010.
In the second blog in this blog series Lisa Mulchinock will show how to use some of the UI Functionality. In this blog she will focus on making a number of small changes to the GUI in relation to items on a form.20 Dec 2009.
In the first blog in this blog series Lisa Mulchinock will show how to use some of the UI Functionality.This blog will focus on making a number of small changes to the GUI in relation to menus. 26 Nov 2009.
In this blog Lisa Mulchinock will show how the DTW ODBC is a great alternative to import data into SAP Business One. Sometimes it is difficult and time consuming to convert the data you get from your client into a format suitable for DTW's excel templates. The ODBC allows you to store your client's data in a database table and then you can use ODBC to fill the relevant SAP Business One tables without the need to use the templates. 26 Oct 2009.
In this blog Lisa Mulchinock will demonstrate how to send an email with an attachment via the DI. 08 Oct 2009.
In this blog Lisa Mulchinock will highlight some tips and checks you can do to ensure your DTW import or update is done as smoothly as possible. 25 Aug 2009
In this blog Lisa Mulchinock will highlight some steps and some tools you can utilise to help you identify the performance issue. 12 Aug 2009.
In this blog Lisa Mulchinock will show you how to utilise macros to allow you to import data into your Business One database. 28 Jul 2009.
When you connect to the DI you may get errors such as "-111 Connection to SBO-Common failed", "100000001: Connection to License Server failed", etc. In this blog Lisa Mulchinockwill show you the checks you can do to find the root cause of the issue and solve it yourself. 07 Jul 2009
Adding a folder/tab to your own user form or to a system form is a good way to add functionality to your add-on. In this blog Lisa Mulchinock will go through some examples of how to add and manipulate folder/tabs. The GSC Archive. 19 Jun 2009
The SP_TransactionNotification is a really useful and easy way to do data validation in Business One. Lisa Mulchinock's blog describes what it is and how you can implement it in your business processes. 25 May 2009
The SAP Business One License API is an external API that allows you to read information from the license service to which the application is connected.This blog explains what the SAP Business One License API is and how you can use it in your Add-on. 11 May 2009
Learn about add-on licensing which can be confusing. Read about the different SDK license types and what they are used for. The blog will also go through the process of licensing your own Add-ons. 05 May 2009